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Whereas it is the prevailing rage of the present times, for people of all ranks, orders, and professions, to form associations, and erect themselves into what they call Congresses and committees of various denominations; who under pretext of red

A recommendation from the convention of the Congregational ministers, at Boston, May 26, 1790 [That only properly qualified members of regular associations be asked to discharge the ministerial office.] Simeon Howard, moderator of the Convention

Schedule of rules to regulate the election, organization and action of the Native American republican ward delegates of the city of Philadelphia drafted for the consideration of the different ward associations and adopted as a draft of the same,

Order of exercises at a meeting of the United States Christian Commission, under the auspices of the national convention of the Young men's Christian associations of the United States and British provinces, in Tremont Temple, Friday evening, Jun

Fifth International Congress of Chambers of Commerce and Commercial and Industrial Associations, Boston, U.S.A., 1912

Elgin Six ... reporting road conditions for benefit of tourists to all national associations, clubs & newspapers

President and Mrs. Hoover receive A.A.U. On the opening day of the Amateur Athletic Union's 42nd annual convention in Washington the entire assemblance, numbering over 200 delegates and representing 26 district associations, was representing 26 district associations, was received at the White House by President and Mrs. Hoover. In the center of the photograph, left to right: Avery Brundage of Chicago, National President of the A.A.U.; Mrs. Hoover, President Hoover, and Murray Hulbert of New York, Past President. 11/17/30

A sign of safety. The metal plate, held by Miss Jeanne Biondi, of the Federal Home Loan Bank board, Wash. D.C., is being sent to 600 Federal Savings and Loan associations which have been insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance corporation. A number of private institutions also come under the insurance act

A milk tester for the Triple B milk testing associations. His equipment includes test tubes, pipettes, a centrifuge and laboratory apparatus seldom found on the farm. Black Hawk County, Iowa

In the past, most milk testing associations have been formed by farmers in the higher-income brackets. This milk-tester works for an association of low-income farmers who heretofore have either lacked the necessary funds or have been unaware of such association's value. The association was formed with the aid of the FSA (Farm Security Adminstration). Black Hawk County, Iowa

In the past, most milk testing associations have been formed by farmers in the higher-income brackets. This milk-tester works for an association of low-income farmers who heretofore have either lacked the necessary funds or have been unaware of such association's value. The association was formed with the aid of the FSA (Farm Security Adminstration). Black Hawk County, Iowa

A shanty built of refuse near the Sunnyside slack pile, Herrin, Illinois Many residences in southern Illinois coal towns were built with money borrowed from building and loan associations. During the depression building and loan associations almost all went into receivership. Their mortgages were sold for whatever they would bring, and the purchasers demolished houses by the hundreds in order to salvage the scrap lumber. The result is a serious overcrowding and high rents in all the coal towns. A number of people can find no houses to rent, and are living in tents and shanties on the fringes of the town

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Packing butter into tubs at the Dairymen's Cooperative Creamery. Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho. The dairymen's cooperative is a member of two regional cooperative marketing associations. Butter is marketed through the Challenge Cream and Butter Association

Packing butter into tubs at the Dairymen's Cooperative Creamery. Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho. The dairymen's cooperative is a member of two regional cooperative marketing associations. Butter is marketed through the Challenge Cream and Butter Association

The committee of railroad presidents and railroad union officials forming the Railway Labor Management Conference held a session in Washington, December 18, 1942 with Office of Defense Transportation officials to discuss manpower problems. The group agreed to submit recommendations to the ailroad executives' associations and the railway labor organizations. Reading from left to right are J.J. Pelley, President, Association of American Railroads; E.E. Norris, President, Southern Railway System; L.W., Baldwin, Chief Executive Officer, Missouri Pacific Lines; S.J. Hogan, President, National Marine Engineers Association; E.W. Scheer, President, Reading Railway System; Joseph B. Eastman, Director, Office of Defense Transportation; J.G. Luhrsen, Executive Secretary, Railway Labor Executives' Association; O.S. Beyer, Director, Division of Transport Personnel; D.B. Robertson, President, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen; M.W. Clement, President, Pennsylvania Railroad; B.M. Jewell, President, Railway Employees' Department; G.M. Harrison, President, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks; A.F. Whitney, President, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen

The committee of railroad presidents and railroad union officials forming the Railway Labor Management Conference held a session in Washington, December 18, 1942 with Office of Defense Transportation officials to discuss manpower problems. The group agreed to submit recommendations to the ailroad executives' associations and the railway labor organizations. Reading from left to right are J.J. Pelley, President, Association of American Railroads; E.E. Norris, President, Southern Railway System; L.W., Baldwin, Chief Executive Officer, Missouri Pacific Lines; S.J. Hogan, President, National Marine Engineers Association; E.W. Scheer, President, Reading Railway System; Joseph B. Eastman, Director, Office of Defense Transportation; J.G. Luhrsen, Executive Secretary, Railway Labor Executives' Association; O.S. Beyer, Director, Division of Transport Personnel; D.B. Robertson, President, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen; M.W. Clement, President, Pennsylvania Railroad; B.M. Jewell, President, Railway Employees' Department; G.M. Harrison, President, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks; A.F. Whitney, President, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen

Brooklyn, New York. Norwegian Independence Day celebration. Norwegian-American parade. Norwegian-American associations represented in the parade

U.S. Reports: Ramspeck v. Trial Examiners Conf., 345 U.S. 128 (1953)

United States Code: Associations of Agricultural Products Producers, 7 U.S.C. § 291 (Suppl. 4 1964)

United States Code: Associations of Agricultural Products Producers, 7 U.S.C. §§ 291-292 (Suppl. 5 1964)

United States Code: Associations of Agricultural Products Producers, 7 U.S.C. § 292 (Suppl. 4 1976)

United States Code: Associations of Agricultural Products Producers, 7 U.S.C. § 292 (Suppl. 5 1976)

United States Code: Associations of Agriculture Products Producers, 7 U.S.C. §§ 291-292 (Suppl. 4 1988)

Pres. & Mrs. Coolidge with New York Business Men's Associations, 10/28/24

Housing heads at White House conference Washington D.C., July 14. At the White House yesterday President Roosevelt announced that the government was going to study the possibility of forming limited dividend corporations on the same theory as building and loan associations which would construct apartments for people who rent instead of purchase. Left to right: Isador Lubin, Commissioner of Statistics Dept. of Labor, Secretary of Labor Perkins, and Stewart McDonald Federal Housing Administrator, 7/14/37

Senate Banking and Currency Committee hears Secretary Wallace. Washington, D.C., June 7. Secretary of Agriculture, Henry Wallace, today told the Senate Banking and Currency Committee that he approved the bill to revamp the Farm Credit System because farmers need relief from 'excessive interest charges and debts which they cannot pay. In addition,' he said, '60 percent of all the National Farm Loan Associations have had their capitol so impaired that they cannot make new loans. Beyond question there is room for improvement in both the general farm credit situation and the Federal Land Bank System'

Auto manufacturers send representative to tell of Labor Act's 'glaring weaknesses.' Washington, D.C., June 27. The automobile manufacturers' associations, represented by William J. Cronin, its secretary, told the Senate Education and Labor Committee that the present Wagner Labor Act is surrounded by 'glaring weaknesses.' Reviewing sit-down strikes, he said that General Motors plants had alone had 40,000 workers idle and had a payroll reduction of more than $10,000,000 as a result of sit-down strikes. He recommended amendments to allow workers to choose bargaining agents without interference, and a clause to make both parties of agreements equally liable for violation. He is shown here pointing out enlarged clippings from the Detroit news which reproduced enlarged 'mugs' from police files to show certain leaders of automobile labor to have criminal records

A suggestion The national labor union is composed of hundreds of thousands of American citizens, joined in every State in organized associations, and holding their meetings at stated periods under rule ... [Washington, D. C. n. d.].

A letter addressed to the Baptist denomination in general and the members of those churches composing the New York, Warwick, Hudson River, and Danbury Associations, in particular ... J. M. Horner [183-?].

A letter addressed to the Baptist denomination in general and the members of those churches composing the New York, Warwick, Hudson River, and Danbury Associations, in particular ... J. M. Horner [183-?].

A letter addressed to the Baptist denomination in general and the members of those churches composing the New York, Warwick, Hudson River, and Danbury Associations, in particular ... J. M. Horner [183-?].

Same group as #2595. These boys and many others work late every week night, they said, usually until midnight. On Saturday most of the day and also night. Air is bad; associations are bad, the long hours and confinement are bad. One of the boys told me he was 10 yrs. old, five boys told me 11 years old, three boys told me 12 years old and I could not question many. Late Saturday night, I counted one boy of 10 years, five of 11 years, nineteen boys apparently 12 and 13 years old. Location: Lowell, Massachusetts.

Same group as #2595. These boys and many others work late every week night, they said, usually until midnight. On Saturday most of the day and also night. Air is bad; associations are bad, the long hours and confinement are bad. One of the boys told me he was 10 yrs. old, five boys told me 11 years old, three boys told me 12 years old and I could not question many. Late Saturday night, I counted one boy of 10 years, five of 11 years, nineteen boys apparently 12 and 13 years old. Location: Lowell, Massachusetts.

Circular No. 4. Central committee, 1857. Dear Sir:- As representative of the Central Committee of the Young men's Christian associations in the United States and British provinces, for this district, it is my duty to endeavor to enlarge the infl

Circular No. 4. Central committee, 1857. Dear Sir:- As representative of the Central Committee of the Young men's Christian associations in the United States and British provinces, for this district, it is my duty to endeavor to enlarge the infl

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

Britton-Cubberly House, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Richmond County, NY

[Design drawing for stained glass Chapel Windows "Fire," "Water," and "Spirit" with Christian associations for St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Fort Worth, Texas]

[Design drawing for stained glass Chapel Windows "Fire," "Water," and "Spirit" with Christian associations for St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Fort Worth, Texas]

November 17, 1795, Miscellaneous, Baptist Associations, urging sale of glebes.

November 17, 1795, Miscellaneous, Baptist Associations, urging sale of glebes.

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Shipping and transportation; Railroad associations, 1898-1899

A missionary hymn, recommended to be sung at the anniversary celebration of all the missionary, bible, tract and Sunday school societies in the United States: and at all other kindred associations for hastening on the glorius millennium of eccle

A missionary hymn, recommended to be sung at the anniversary celebration of all the missionary, bible, tract and Sunday school societies in the United States: and at all other kindred associations for hastening on the glorius millennium of eccle

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

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